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Michael Laris writes about the transformation of the U.S. transportation system. He has covered government accountability and was a reporter in Beijing.
Officials say they are still processing international arrivals, including U.S. citizens, but it is taking longer than usual.
The acting head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, awaiting confirmation since last year, is resigning, the Transportation Department said.
Mayor Muriel Bowser announced the expansion of the city’s ‘Taxi-to-Rail’ program on Thursday.
But the study, paid for by the companies, shows private cars and commercial trucks still represent the vast majority of vehicles on city streets.
Senators cite overreliance on industry and “lack of transparency.”
Democrats opposed his nomination, citing a whistleblower retaliation claim from his time at Delta.
After the FAA found falsified documents and improperly installed parts, a 2015 settlement sought to end the company’s repeated “failures of corrective action.”
Test pilots struggled to control the plane in a Boeing simulator.
“I can see how crews could have run out of time,” Chesley B. “Sully” Sullenberger III said at House oversight hearing.
Police say the driver looked down inside the vehicle more than 200 times and her smartphone was streaming NBC’s “The Voice" in the run-up to the crash.